• Clubs and Activities

  • Lego Robotics Club

    Advisor: Ms. Atkins

    Meeting Day: Mondays

    Mission: Guided by adult coaches, FIRST LEGO League teams research a real-world problem such as food safety, recycling, energy, etc., and are challenged to develop a solution. They also must design, build, program a robot using LEGO MINDSTORMS® technology, then compete on a table-top playing field.

    Members of the Lego Robotics team

  • Wittzle Pro

    Advisor: Ms. Rodriguez

    Meeting Day: Mondays

    Mission: Witzzle Pro® is a thinking game that uses multiple math operations.  Players roll the dice to get a target number, and try to find that target number on the Witzzle Pro® card using three numbers in a row.  The players get points for correct answers. This game allows student to build answers in a creative way while increasing their math skills and critical thinking.

  • Soccer Club

    Advisor: Ms. Sadeghy

    Meeting Day: Thursdays

    Mission: The Young Readers program Launched as a national initiative in 1986 to improve reading skills among K through 2nd grade students, the Young Readers program is a highly interactive and family-oriented course designed to instill a love of reading in children at an early age. Over the years, Young Readers has evolved into a successful intervention for raising the reading levels of Latino children in K through 2nd grades, while also drawing Latino parents into literacy development framework that benefits their entire family. LNESC developed the Young Reader's curriculum with the Education Development Center (EDC), who has worked to update and revise the curriculum as needed. The program meets twice a week after school for two hours for a total of 30 weeks. 

    Soccer club students and adult volunteers smile for the camera.

  • Young Readers

    Advisor: Patience Stephenson

    Meeting Day: Monday & Wednesday

    Mission: The Young Readers program launched as a national initiative in 1986 to improve reading skills among K through 2nd grade students, the Young Readers program is a highly interactive and family-oriented course designed to instill a love of reading in children at an early age. Over the years, Young Readers has evolved into a successful intervention for raising the reading levels of Latino children in K through 2nd grades, while also drawing Latino parents into literacy development framework that benefits their entire family. LNESC developed the Young Reader's curriculum with the Education Development Center (EDC), who has worked to update and revise the curriculum as needed. The program meets twice a week after school for two hours for a total of 30 weeks. 

  • Go Green Club

    Advisor: Ms. Simmons

    Meeting Day: Thursdays

    Mission: Students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade will participate in a variety of activities such as the Recycling Program and gardening, while learning how to take care of our Earth and school.  We will teach and model how to recycle through out the whole school and explain the importance of the recycling program.

  • Good News Club

    Advisor: Ms. Burke

    Meeting Day: Wednesdays

    Mission: We strive to build strong foundations in children using biblical principles to teach good character and morals.

    Good News Club students and adult volunteers are smiling at the camera.

  • Chess Club

    Advisor: Mirsada Dzebo

    Meeting Day: Wednesdays

    Mission: To promote a forum where all skilled leveled players from 2nd to 5th Grade can exercise their passion for chess while developing into a strong champion caliber chess player.

    Chess Club students and teacher volunteers are smiling at the camera holding a chess board.

  • Ridge Runners

    Advisor: Taylor Johnson

    Meeting Day: Monday & Wednesday

    Mission:  To encourage good health and physical fitness.  Motto is Run to Win!

    Activities: We run 1-2 miles on Monday & Wednesday from 3:00pm to 4:00pm.  We play running games and activities and run the 1/2 mile loop around the school several times.

    Affiliations: We participate in the Kilometer Kids program offered by the Atlanta Track Club.

    Picture of the students who are members of Ridge Runners.